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$89,479 to strengthen college and university teaching programs in the food and agricultural sciences. Read More

$15,000 to promote excellence in agriscience and agribusiness education. Read More

$306,693 to educational institutions to develop innovative approaches for marine science and education. Read More

$94,826 to colleges and universities to promote the progress of social, behavioral, and economic sciences to promote the continued scientific strength and welfare of the Nation.
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$117,600 to eligible educational institutions to provide leadership and ensure the vitality of the Nation's science, technology, engineering and mathematics education Enterprise. Read More

Up to $48,454,000 to state agencies to provide adult education and literacy services to assist adults in becoming literate and obtain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment and self- sufficiency. Read More

Formula grants to state educational agencies to improve the teaching and learning of children failing, or most at-risk of failing, to meet challenging State academic standards.
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Formula grants to assist States ensure that migratory children have the opportunity to meet the same challenging State content and performance standards that all children are expected to meet. Read More

Formula grants to help provide education continuity for children and youth in State-run institutions for juveniles and in adult correctional institutions. Read More
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$137,000 to accredited American colleges to promote instruction in the modern foreign languages and international studies that are critical to national needs. Read More

$75,000 to institutions of higher education to plan, develop, and carry out a program to improve undergraduate instruction in international studies and foreign languages. Read More

$500,000 to help eligible colleges and universities strengthen their management and fiscal operations. Read More

Grants to maintain school facilities owned by the Department of Education and operated by local educational agencies.
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Grants to provide financial assistance to local educational agencies where enrollments or availability of revenue are adversely affected by Federal activities. Read More

Up to $120,746,000 to assist States and outlying areas to expand and improve their programs of vocational education. Read More

Project grants to provide support for the National Center for Research in Career and Technical Education. Read More
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$246,000 to educational institutions to provide training for staff and leadership personnel employed in, or preparing for employment in, projects funded under the Federal TRIO Programs. Read More

Project grants for innovative programs that improve the quality of postsecondary education. Read More

Project grants to encourage the interstate and intrastate coordination of migrant education. Read More

$1,649,000 to local education agencies for use in magnet schools that are part of approved desegregation plans.
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Project grants to support applied research, development, and expansion of adult basic education nationally. Read More

Project grants to conduct nationally significant programs to improve the quality of education. Read More

$313,000 to provide a comprehensive university approach to improve the teaching of international business. Read More
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$360,000 to improve the Nation's capacity to teach and learn foreign languages effectively. Read More

$500,000 to local educational agencies to support activities consistent with the purposes of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. Read More

$1,867,000 to nonprofit entities to help coordinate the implementation of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act and other Federal education programs. Read More

Formula grants to State Departments of Education to enable rural and inner city public elementary and secondary schools to plan, implement, or expand projects that benefit the needs of their community. Read More

Grants to develop educational programming for preschool, early elementary school children and their families. Read More
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Grants to States to increase access to advance placement classes and tests for low-income students. Read More
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$645,000 to State educational agencies to provide financial assistance to eligible low-income students. Read More

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Up to $5,000,000 to eligible entities to help charter schools address the cost of acquiring, constructing, and renovating facilities. Read More

Up to $1 Million to education institutions to improve the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science. Read More

$7,044,000 to State educational agencies to support the development of the additional State assessments and standards required by Section 1111(b) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended (ESEA). Read More

$38,000 to nonprofit organizations to support education, training, research, and public information on international peace and conflict resolution. Read More

$3,950,000 to local governments to promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of low-income children. Read More

Up to $1,500,000 to State agencies to provide training and technical assistance to national service programs supported by the Corporation for National Service. Read More
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Abroad and Exchange Programs

$200,000 to educational institutions to strengthen American expertise on the independent states of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe countries. Read More

Up to $1,300,000 to nonprofit organizations to promote mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through professional and educational exchanges. Read More

$60,000 to nonprofit organizations to promote mutual understanding among the peoples of the world through professional and educational exchanges. Read More

$73,000 to enable American overseas research centers to promote postgraduate research, exchanges, and area studies. Read More
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Medical Programs

$415,745 for faculty training projects in geriatric medicine, dentistry, behavioral and mental health. Read More

$186,000 to States to increase the availability of primary care in health professional shortage areas. Read More

$104,619 to educational schools in meeting the costs associated with expanding or establishing health programs. Read More

$254,252 to eligible institutions for projects that support the enhancement of advanced nursing education. Read More

$3,978,367 to children's teaching hospitals to support the training of pediatric residents in graduate medical education programs. Read More

$57,068 to eligible institutions to provide financial support through traineeships for registered nurses enrolled in advanced education nursing programs. Read More
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$250,000 to nursing schools to strengthen programs that provide basic nurse education. Read More

$1,036,120 to assist schools improve the quality of health personnel in the health services delivery system. Read More

$147,321 to medical schools for residency training programs. Read More

$131,046 to compensate dental schools and postdoctoral dental education programs for unreimbursed costs they have incurred in providing oral health services to Human Immunodeficiency Virus or Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) patients. Read More

$360,000 to States to support the development and implementation of effective health education for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and other important health problems for school-age populations. Read More

$210,849 to medical schools to develop collaborative arrangements involving several health professions schools and health care facilities. Read More
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